Sandwich Idea: Smoked Beef Brisket And Caramelized Onions
This smoked beef brisket with caramelized onions is a perfect match for the hearty appetite. Read below to find out my short cut for making this a quick and easy sandwich.
Yes, I took the easy way to make this sandwich. And why not!
- Bread. From the bakery, purchase a 12" long fresh dough role. Following instructions, for baking. When bread is cool enough to handle, split it down the center and gently mashed the soft inside dough just enough to make room for the smoked brisket. Add a little miracle whip or your favorite dressing to the bread. Then cut the role into two 6" halves.
- Smoked Beef Brisket. From Costco or some other reliable food store, purchase a beef brisket already smoked and sliced. Following instructions to heat the brisket. If necessary, slice it again into julienne-like strips. Pile the strips inside the role.
- Caramelized Onions. Slice a large sweet onion, such as a Vidalia, into medium sized rings. But do not separate the rings. Saute the onions in butter until soft and brown. As the onions become soft, the rings will separate when you turn them. Pile the caramelized onions on top of the beef brisket slices.
Optional: Top the beef brisket slices with a slice of your favorite cheese. Zap it in the broiler just enough to melt the cheese a little. Then add the onions.
*You can of course smoke your own beef brisket. There are lots of instructions on the internet. Or you can try this one from Kingsford charcoal (and no, I'm not affiliated with Kingsford),
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